Creates an RTL server policy and enters its configuration mode. When configured and applied on an access point, this policy enables the sending of RSSI feeds from the access point to a server. The RTL server policy provides the exact location (URL) of the server. The RSSI feeds sent are as per the sensor-policy configured and applied on the access point. Therefore, ensure that a sensor-policy, with the rssi-interval-duration specified, is existing, configured, and applied on the access points.
To initiate RSSI feed posts to the Euclid locationing server, use the RTL server policy on the:
  • AP‘s device/profile context, or
  • AP‘s RF Domain context.

Supported in the following platforms:

  • Access Points — AP 505, AP510
  • Wireless Controllers — RFS4000
  • Service Platforms — NX9500, NX9600, VX9000


rtl-server-policy <RTL-POLICY-NAME>


rtl-server-policy <RTL-POLICY-NAME>
<RTL-POLICY-NAME> Specify the RTL server policy name. If an RTL server policy with the specified name does not exist, it is created.
nx9500-6C8809(config)#rtl-server-policy test
RTL Server Policy Mode commands:
  no       Negate a command or set its defaults
  url      Configure the url to send the real time RSSI feed to

  clrscr   Clears the display screen
  commit   Commit all changes made in this session
  do       Run commands from Exec mode
  end      End current mode and change to EXEC mode
  exit     End current mode and down to previous mode
  help     Description of the interactive help system
  revert   Revert changes
  service  Service Commands
  show     Show running system information
  write    Write running configuration to memory or terminal

no Removes an existing RTL server policy
use (profile/device-config-mode-commands) Documents the ‘use‘ command in a device‘s profile or device configuration context. Use this option to associate this RTL server policy to an access point‘s profile or device.
use (rf-domain-config-mode) Documents the ‘use‘ command in the RF Domain configuration context. Use this option to associate this RTL server policy to an RF Domain. When associated, the policy is applied to all access points within the RF Domain.